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Dr. V. Vinoth Kumar

MD., DM (Interventional Cordiologist)

Dr.Vinoth’s Heart Centre was started with an aim of providing an easy access for patients with heart related problems to get their conditions diagnosed and treated reliably. It is an outpatient cardiac clinic where basic services like ECG,ECHO and TMT tests are available for complete workup.

Dr.V.Vinoth kumar who heads the centre is a senior interventional cardiologist with 23 years experience in the field of medicine with 9 years experience as a specialist.

He completed his DM cardiology training from the prestigious Sri Jayadeva Institute of cardiology and Research centre, Bangalore, which is one of the largest centre for heart care in southeast asia.

Graduating from a centre where 3000 open heart surgeries and 30000 cathlab procedures including angiograms, angioplasties, pacemakers and device closure procedures are done annually definitely made him a competent interventional cardiologist. But his competency in interventional cardiology never prevented him concentrating on clinical and preventive cardiology.

He strongly believes that appropriate management of hypertension, Diabetes, High cholesterol and other metabolic disorders, lifestyle changes and stress management will have a greater impact in prevention of Major heart attack ,heart failure and Stroke. He works strongly towards that goal. He is a very compassionate and easily approachable doctor. He makes sure he leaves a smile on his patients face and a hope in their hearts when he interacts with them. A confident and positive patient is half treated.

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  • Regd.No.

    93976

  • EDUCATION

    Completed DM cardiology training from the prestigious Sri Jayadeva Institute of cardiology and Research centre,Bangalore

  • LANGUAGES

    English, Telugu and Kannada

Services

It is an outpatient cardiac clinic where basic services like ECG,ECHO and TMT tests are available for complete workup.

ECG

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a medical test that records the electrical activity of your heart through small electrode patches that a technician attaches to the skin of your chest, arms, and legs. Physical relaxation for a few minutes before the recording is made is important, as this allows the electrode connections to stabilize and the recordings made will be more reliable.

An abnormal ECG will tell us about the heart enlargement, major heart attack, irregular heart rhythm etc. In few patients with heart blocks and heart attack ECG may be completely normal. Hence in patients with chest pain and breathing difficulty further detailed evaluation may be required in the form of ECHO and TMT.

treadmill test

Treadmill Test

During a standard exercise test, you walk on a treadmill at progressively faster speeds while health care providers monitor your heart's electrical activity, your heart rate, and your blood pressure .Throughout the test, the speed and incline of the treadmill increase gradually. The actual test takes only around 15 minutes.

Stress tests can detect when arteries have 70 percent or more blockage. But normal results from a stress test do not rule out the possibility of a future heart attack. This is because a small plaque can still rupture, form clots and block an artery completely. A normal test result indicates there is sufficient and unrestricted blood flow to your heart, both during periods of rest and exercise. ... An abnormal result, which means your heart's blood flow is insufficient, may occur only during the exercise phase of your stress test

2d echo

ECHOCARDIOGRAM

The echocardiogram is an ultrasound of the heart that provides live information about the structure and function of the heart. It is a painless procedure. There is no need to be on fasting for ECHO.

Echocardiogram will show very clearly about the heart size and heart function .It will show us the cardiac valves ,chambers and flow of blood within the heart. It also helps us to identify Congenital heart diseases (heart diseases from birth).It can detect major heart attack very clearly by identifying variation in heart's pumping capacity. Sometimes silent heart attacks (major heart attack happening without chest pain) also will be detected by Echo especially in diabetic patients and elderly people.

Echo can detect only when the artery supplying the heart is totally blocked or near total blocked. .ECHO may be normal even when there is more than 70 to 80%blockage.

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The location of Dr.Vinoth’s Heart Centre is near to Madinaguda, Chandanagar, Miyapur, Lingampally, Kondapur, Gachibowli, kukatpally and HITEC City

Mon - Friday6:30pm to 9:00pm

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PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS

Dr.Vinoth's Presentations and Publications summary

Presentations

Presentations

Case Presentation on “ADO II device closure of traumatic aneurysm in 12 years old boy “at National Intervention Council midterm meet in Kolkata 2013.

Three case presentations in Challenging case session in INDIA LIVE national conference held at New Delhi in 2014

  • Obscured by Clouds - The Lost Artery(Tortuous Aneurysmal LAD, BVS Failure)
  • Catastrophe and the Cure - The Complications Symposium (Catheter thrombosis during PCI)
  • Anatomy Do mine – The Left Main Symposium (DI pinching after LM LAD Stenting)

Presented several cases at the local Bangalore CSI meet.

Two case presentations in EuroPCR 2014 held at Paris in May 2014.

  • Coil embolization of RIMA perforation following CPR(First case in the literature)
  • Stent in Tortuous LAD

Publications

Original Article A randomized placebo-controlled trial with amiodarone for persistent atrial fibrillation in rheumatic mitral stenosis after successful balloon mitral valvuloplasty ( Vinoth Kumar Vilvanathan a, *, Budunur C. Srinivas Prabhavathi Bhat a , Manjunath Cholenahally Nanjappa a , Bharathi Pandian a , Vithal Bagi a , Sridhar Kasturi b , Shiva Kumar Bandimida c )

Gemella morbillorum endocarditis in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: a rare organism causing a large vegetation and abscess in an uncommon setting - BMJ Case Reports -May 2014

A Real World Experience of Guidewire - Induced Perforations during Percutaneous Intervention and Their Successful Management - International Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2014, 5, 475- 481

Usefulness of GuideLiner Catheter during Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in Difficult to Cross Complex Lesions due to Calcification and Tortuosity - Journal of Cardiology and Therapeutics, 2014, 2, 96-104

OCT Guided Unprotected LMCA Stenting (Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery Volume 1 Number 1, January - June 2015)

Bioresorbable vascular scaffolds for LMCA with double vessel disease under IVUS guidance - Indian Heart Journal-Jan2016

Percutaneous coronary intervention in a rare variety of single coronary arteys -Indian Heart Journal-Jan 2016